moe. 10/31/2000 Tower Theater Philadelphia, PA Taped and transferred by Todd R Source: 1st row balcony, dfc: Audio Technica AT4041 > Rolls PB223 > Aiwa HDX3000 (16/48) Transfer: Sony A6 Dat > Sony D50 > Amadeus Pro > xACT > Flac16 Set 1(Dark Side of the Moon): (intro 1) Somewhere Over the Rainbow Speak to Me Breathe On the Run Time Great Gig in the Sky Money Us and Them 1Any Colour You Like Brain Damage Eclipse Set 2: (intro 2) Plane Crash Threw It... Topic: Live concert Source: 1st row balcony, dfc: Audio Technica AT4041 > Rolls PB223 > Aiwa HDX3000 (16/48)
1: Somewhere Over The Rainbow*, Speak To Me*, Breathe*, On The Run*, Time*^, Great Gig In The Sky*#^, Money*, Us and Them*, Any Colour You Like*, Brain Damage*^, Eclipse*^ 2: Plane Crash, Threw It All Away, Opium#, Gone, Moth > Meat > Evil Guard Chant* > Meat#** E: Spine Of A Dog## > Buster## > Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead* favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topic: Live concert Source: Schoeps MK4V/CMC6 > Apogee AD-1000 > DAT
moe. October 31, 2000 Tower Theater Upper Darby, Pennsylvania Source: B&K 4022 (FOB) > V2 > AD1000 > DA-P1 @ 16/48 Transfer: DAT/c > Sony PCM R300 > Tascam DR680 > Audacity > xACT(FLAC/TAG) Matt"Lazy Lightning"Lazor DAT Collection DiGiHoArDeRs: 11/10/2020 SET ONE Somewhere Over The Rainbow Speak To Me Breathe On The Run Time Great Gig In The Sky Money Us and Them Any Colour You Like Brain Damage Eclipse SET TWO Plane Crash Threw It All Away Opium Gone Moth... Topics: Live concert, n2oalthea, Matt"Lazy Lightning"Lazor, DiGiHoArDeRs, moe. Source: B&K 4022 (FOB) > V2 > AD1000 > DA-P1 @ 16/48
1: Somewhere Over The Rainbow*, Speak To Me*, Breathe*, On The Run*, Time*^, Great Gig In The Sky*#^, Money*, Us and Them*, Any Colour You Like*, Brain Damage*^, Eclipse*^ 2: Plane Crash, Threw It All Away, Opium#, Gone, Moth > Meat > Evil Guard Chant* > Meat#** E: Spine Of A Dog## > Buster## > Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead* favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topic: Live concert Source: Microtech Gefell m200 > Apogee AD1000
On January 15, 2003, moe. gave permission to Nick Sullivan for shows to be hosted at the Archive. Special limitations: Since 9/20/99 their policy has been Audience recordings only. Please do not upload Soundboards or Matrix (SBD/AUD mix) recordings post-9/20/99. Other exclusions: The shows 2/18/95, 7/18/98 have also been placed off limits by the band due to commercial release.
January 2008 update: "Dear Sir or Madam:
You may allow exceptions to moe.’s policy and permit uploading of sounboards for the following three shows: 12/31/06, 5/3/07 and 12/31/07. Thanks for all you do.
Stan Lobitz, M.D.
Update 11/2003: we also have permission for various moe. side projects. See the following categories:
Swampdonkey, Al and the Transamericans, Al Schnier (crossref in progress- admin)
Sent: Wed 1/15/2003 7:53 AM
To: Sullivan, Nick
Subject: Re: Topper, quick question about taping/trading policy.
Yes- as long as there are no board tapes. We do not care how anybody
>Jon, I'm trying to find out if moe. would be interested in allowing
>the internet archive/etree (www.archive.org) host shows.
Later 2/03 clarification between Nick and manager Topper:
>OK, so one last clarification...moe./Steve stopped giving out sbd patches in sept 1999 which is when the policy changed.
Jon Topper replied:
"the way I feel is that the boards before 9-21-99 I have no control over."
and earlier in the same exchange re some 1993-1996 recordings, Topper replied:
> Anything from 93-96 is ok to trade. It was legal to get a board than
> so go for it.
> Matrix- the rule is when we stopped allowing soundboard patches we
> asked that if anybody got anything after that , that it was not
> traded. Matrix is a soundboard.
Audio cassette and DAT taping is permitted at shows for personal, non-commercial, home use only. We recommend that you bring microphones and portable tape machines. Do not expect power; be prepared for everything. Please stay out of the way of the working crew at all venues. Some things that are never allowed at moe. shows are: CD-R's, large mixers, reel to reel, home decks, long extension cords, etc.
Live tapes are a big part of why moe. is growing so rapidly, and we want to continue to provide as cozy taping environment for everyone as possible. Please respect the wishes of the band and the crew and feel free to ask questions and make comments. It's always been a goal of ours to make taping as much a part of the show as possible, please help us help you by following common sense at all times.